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This week, Jason is joined by former White House Press Secretary and Fox News Contributor, Kayleigh McEnany. Kayleigh discusses how her upbringing in Florida informed her political ideals, her career journey, and more.

This week, Bret and the panel discuss the Biden Administration's decision to exit Afghanistan and the country's subsequent fall to the Taliban.

This week, Ben is joined by Byron York, Fox News Contributor and Chief Political Correspondent at The Washington Examiner. As Afghanistan falls to the Taliban, Byron breaks down the United States' presence in the region over the last 20 years.

This week, FOX News National Security Correspondent, Jennifer Griffin, joins Abby in the classroom to help with her lesson plan on Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp or GITMO.

This week, Trey reveals who has most changed his life, the best round of golf he's ever had, and his thoughts about noise and movement while playing golf. He also discusses how guilty pleas can impact a trial and a sentence.

Jason is joined by former White House Press Secretary, Ari Fleischer. Ari discusses how he got involved in politics, what he learned from spending nearly two decades on Capitol Hill, and his experience serving as White House Press Secretary during the September 11th attacks.

This week, Trey Gowdy is joined by a three-time Olympic gymnast and 10-year member of the United States National Gymnastics Team, Dominque Dawes. Dominique discusses the important lessons gymnastics has taught her about life, her advice to young people, and what brings her the most joy.

Dive into the fray with host Ben Domenech, publisher and co-founder of The Federalist, as he welcomes Savannah Edwards, aka @thisissavvy, a viral Tik-Tok content creator and social media influencer. On this episode, Savannah discusses her thoughts on our current socio-cultural moment, the importance of Patriotism and Christianity in her messages, and more.

This week, Fox Business Correspondent Susan Li joins Abby in the classroom to help with her lesson plan on IPOs, or "initial public offerings."

This week, Trey gives his thoughts on the efficacy of the FBI, the best way for people to support their communities, and how to hold justice system officials accountable for the failure to prosecute "habitual criminals."

Jason is joined by Representative Thomas Massie (R-KY),  who discusses how he and his "high school sweetheart" from Kentucky ended up together at the artificial intelligence lab at MIT.

This week, Trey Gowdy is joined by Jesse Watters, Host of Watter's World and Co-Host of The Five on The Fox News Channel.

This week, Ben speaks to Darryl Cooper, aka @martyrmade, the Host of The MartyrMade Podcast and Co-host of The Unraveling Podcast with Jocko Willink.

This week, Peter Q. Nguyen, Ph.D, a Microbiology & Cellular Devices Research Scientist at Harvard University's Wyss Institute, joins Abby in the classroom to help with her lesson plan on CRISPR.

On a special edition of Bret Baier's All-Star Panel, Bret sits down with Josh Rogin, a Washington Post Columnist and author of Chaos Under Heaven: Trump, Xi, and the Battle for the Twenty-First Century.

This week, Trey discusses where forgiveness comes from, the relevance of a prosecutor's conviction rate, and the fundamentals of why federal courts aren't videotaped.

On this episode, Jason is joined by Country Music star, Craig Morgan. Craig discusses his upbringing in Tennessee, and how he went from serving his country in the United States Army to creating country music.

On this episode, Trey looks ahead to the upcoming Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.He reflects on some of the most impactful moments from the Olympics over the years, his attempt to keep politics out of the Olympic games, and more.

On this episode, Mike Gonzalez and Ben discuss the pro-liberty protests in Cuba in response to the failings of the Cuban government, the Biden Administration's response to this outcry, and the influence of far-left groups on these events.

This week, Johns Hopkins University Surgeon and Public Health Expert, Dr. Marty Makary, joins Abby in the classroom to help with her lesson plan on gain-of-function research.

On this episode, Trey discusses how the game of golf can help you tell someone’s character, how people manage and respond to their guilt, and whether it is legal to go door to door to check somebody's vaccination status.

Jason is joined by Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Secretary Pompeo discusses how attending West Point at 18-years-old changed the trajectory of his life, and his most proud accomplishments from serving in the Trump administration.

This week, Trey Gowdy is joined by Lou Holtz, former head football coach for the New York Jets, the University of Notre Dame, and the University of South Carolina among others.

In this conversation, Ben and Voddie Baucham Jr, discuss the secularization of American culture and the influence of Critical Race Theory on society. They also discuss what fatherhood and faith have taught them about our modern times. 

This week, FoxNews.com Sports Editor, Ryan Gaydos, joins Abby in the classroom to help with her lesson plan on the Olympic Games in Tokyo.

On this episode, Trey shares his thoughts on his most interesting colleague in Congress, the possibility of rooting out hate in our world, and his best tools for communicating with a jury during his career as District Attorney.

On this episode, Jason is joined by Seth Dillon, the CEO of the satirical news site The Babylon Bee.

This week, Senior Editor at National Review and Historian, Richard Brookhiser joins Abby in the classroom to help with her lesson plan on the signers of the Declaration of Independence.

On this episode, Trey discusses the lessons we can learn from Atticus Finch in "To Kill a Mockingbird," criminal justice reform in the United States, and the best ways to get in contact with your Congressman.

On this episode, Jason is joined by Harris Faulkner, host of "The Faulkner Focus" and "Outnumbered" on the FOX News Channel. Harris discusses how her upbringing in a military family instilled in her the values of patriotism, resilience, and faith. 

On this episode, Trey considers Washington, D.C.'s tendency to overpromise on guarantees, and failure to manage the expectations of voters and constituents.

On this episode, Ben is joined by Michael Knowles, the host of "The Michael Knowles Show" and author of "Speechless: Controlling Words, Controlling Minds." Michael and Ben discuss the power of language in today's political landscape.

This week, Hao Li, CEO, and Co-Founder at Pinscreen and Distinguished Fellow at U.C. Berkeley, joins Abby in the classroom to help with her lesson plan on Deep Fakes.

On this episode, Trey discusses what it means to live a joyful life, the role of victim advocacy in the U.S. criminal justice system, and more.

On this episode, Jason is joined by Congressman Andy Biggs (R-AZ). Congressman Biggs discusses how his upbringing, his experience at Brigham Young University, and his career practicing law led him to Congress. 

On this episode, Trey reflects on the experiences of his friends Representative Jim Clyburn, Senator Tim Scott, and Assistant U.S. Attorney Sheria Clarke to consider the pain and the progress of the United States on Juneteeth.

On this episode, Ben is joined by David Marcus, Columnist, and author of "Charade: The True Story of the Coronavirus Crisis." Marcus discusses the broad polarization in Coronavirus response and the future of our cultural-political landscape in the wake of the pandemic.

This week, Josh Kraushaar, Political Editor for National Journal and Fox News Radio Political Analyst, joins Abby in the classroom to help with her lesson plan on ranked-choice voting.

On this episode, Trey revisits the design of the U.S. criminal justice system, reveals the best and worst golfers in Congress, discusses whether your allegiance to a Political party should be stronger than your faith, and more.